Global Offshore Wind 2019
25 - 26 June | ExCeL London
Showcase your business at the premier offshore wind event in the world's largest offshore wind market.
Experience this exciting sector come to life over two jam-packed days of political keynotes, expert panels, debates, procurement tenders, sector deal updates, disruptive innovation, business partnering, international pavilions, inward delegations and much more.
Uniting 2800 offshore wind experts, 150 exhibitors and 200 speakers from over 40 countries, Global Offshore Wind 2019 offers unparalleled networking opportunities to grow your business.
There are so many ways to engage with the global supply chain at this event, your challenge will be to fit it all in!
- Call for papers deadline has been extended to Monday 21 January. Submit your paper today for a chance to address the global offshore wind community.
Don't miss out on the exclusive sponsorship opportunity to establish yourself as the logistics solutions provider in offshore wind. For more information on how to get involved you can download the brochure online or contact Garth Halliday on +44(0) 7815 550 969.
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Call for Papers - Global Offshore Wind 2019
Submissions for papers has been extended! Deadline date: Monday 21 January 2019
Global Offshore Wind 2019 will be the largest offshore wind event, showcasing the new growth opportunities and innovation in offshore wind across the globe.
The UK remains the largest global market for offshore wind and new auctions in 2019 will set the UK on track to at least 30GW by 2030. Growth in key international markets, driven by cost reduction and technical innovation, will be at the heart of Global Offshore Wind 2019.
Our aim is to bring the world to London in 2019 and this abstract process is your chance to be in front of this global audience. We are looking for inspiring experts from across our sector able to speak authoritively about People, Innovation and Technology, Project Delivery and Market Developments. We aim to ensure that, where possible, we deliver panels which represent our sector. Panels which are gender-balanced, diverse, and supported by companies.
Papers can be submitted on the following topics:
People are at the heart of everything our industry does. We want to hear how the industry is innovating to deliver continuous improvement for the welfare of our people, working across the full spectrum of industry activities, identifying risk, keeping them safe, secure, and healthy.
Our people are skilled, diverse, and motivated. If you can present your innovations for improving skills and increasing diversity in your workforce, and explain how this has assisted improved business outcomes, we want to hear from you.
Global Offshore Wind is looking at our people globally and we want to hear about how the industry supports our mobile workforces to transfer their skills, knowledge, and expertise across borders, and the differences in working practices around the world.
- Looking after our workforce: safety, wellbeing, health
- Training our people: diversity, skills
- Local to global workforce: HR issues for our local and global employees; cross border and regional issues
Are you up to speed on technology trends and disruptions that could challenge the norm? We want to hear from speakers across the supply chain as well as R&D centres on upcoming technology trends. If you have data on LCOE reductions achieved and can quantify cost reduction that you helped deliver, this will make your abstract particularly strong. We know our delegates are particularly excited about turbine innovation and how scaling up our technology can deliver LCOE reductions.
1. Power to x, decentralised opportunities; gas to wire/wire to gas; green hydrogen
2. Floating; a mainstream component of offshore wind? Topics for consideration:
a. Technical issues
b. Commercial considerations
d. Project delivery
3. Offshore wind turbines; tomorrow’s world; new turbine technology- can these become reality?
Do you have expertise on financing, construction, delivery and operation of offshore wind farms? As an industry we are constantly learning, using our experience in the design, delivery, management and monitoring of projects to make improvements across the supply chain to minimise life cycle costs and risk over the lifetime of a project.
We are looking for abstracts on real-life lessons learned and good practice in the field, with an emphasis on the rationale behind implementing particular engineering, logistical and technological solutions during the construction and operational phase of a project.
We will use this theme to explore how our sector is making a difference in the places we work out of? What difference has your company or project made to where you work?
Our industry is putting down roots across the UK and beyond and making a difference to the lives of many people. As part of your submission, please make sure you tell us how you are making a difference.
• Planning & consenting- removing barriers collaboratively
International learnings to overcome barriers including environmental impacts, aviation risk; impacts on birds and marine mammals; co-existence with other industries; local communities
• From construction and beyond
Lessons learned, key considerations for end of life planning, repower or decommission?
• O&M- applying the benefits of the digital economy into our strategies
Big data; data management; robotics; AI; autonomy and automation
These sessions are to update industry about key global markets. Experts will provide analysis of different market support mechanisms and consenting regimes. We want speakers who can share a strong understanding of each key market as a business opportunity, with insight on speed and scale of development. As part of the programme, we will be exploring what Brexit could mean for our sector, so if you want to explore the UK’s future place in the world after Brexit, then let us know when you submit.
• Blueprints for future markets: risk and investment considerations when moving into new markets.
• Finance including key bankability drivers, investment readiness factors, investment models and risk perception
Deadline date for call for papers - Monday 21 January 2019
Submit your paper here
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New for 2019!
Our events continuously evolve to remain topical and fresh, ensuring positive ROI for attendees, exhibitors and sponsors. Building on the success of 2018, new opportunities include...
Sponsor a specialist theatre - Logistics, Subsea, Innovation and Global Markets & Procurement
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International & regional pavilions - Join pavilions from the USA, Norway, Denmark and many more...
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